Laura Kirkpatrick Workshops


About Laura Kirkpatrick Workshops

Want to model but don’t know where to start? Start with success; work with Laura Kirkpatrick America's Next Top Model Cycle 13 and Cycle 17 All Stars, in this two day intensive workshop.

At Laura Kirkpatrick Workshops you will learn about the business of modeling, marketing your own brand, photography, the lifestyle of a model, posing and Laura’s personal modeling experiences! In collaboration with award winning editorial photographer Clay Cook, we guide you, share our secrets and help build a portfolio. Along with the curriculum, you will be invited into a private Facebook group where you will receive constant mentoring from Laura Kirkpatrick and her team.

About Laura Kirkpatrick

Laura Kirkpatrick was born and raised on a farm in Kentucky and always dreamed of being a model. After finally getting her big break on America's Next Top Model Cycle 13 and earning runner up, she was voted fan favorite on the Tyra banks show winning 6 months free rent in Columbus Circle outside Central Park in New York City. After six months Laura moved to LA where she then filmed America's Next Top Model Cycle 17 All Stars. As the shortest girl in the competition, Laura ended up making it to third place.

After Laura's first appearance on America's next top model she announced she was dyslexic and struggled with things like reading her cover girl script and the teleprompter for E news. After the show, Laura started her own dyslexic charity dedicated to raising awareness for the learning disability in their yearly fashion show, she was granted a proclamation from the Lieutenant Governor that October would be Kentucky's dyslexic awareness month. Laura's been in National campaigns like Pac Sun and in British Vogue September issue, and on the cover of many magazines. After modeling all over the world, Laura now lives in Kentucky but continues to travel and model more than ever. Laura has also found she loves to teach, and being able to see the transformation of an upcoming model is unforgettable